— KNBR (@KNBR) February 13, 2018
OAKLAND – Seems like Steph Curry’s in a good mood heading into his team’s game against the Phoenix Suns. And why not?
His team is in first place in the NBA. He’s heading into an All-Star weekend where he’ll captain a team that will play against a team picked by LeBron James. Life is good for the two-time MVP.
Curry decided to help out our very own Bob Fitzgerald in delivering his keys to a Warriors win agains the Suns. Fitz’s biggest key to a win is one you’ve heard before, taking care of the ball.
“The Warriors are 34-5 when they have 16 or fewer turnovers,” Fitzgerald said. “The keys aren’t looking at Devin Booker who’s not playing, or Alex Len, or T.J. Warren, or Jackson, or anybody from Phoenix. It’s about the Warriors holding themselves to a championship standard and playing the type of basketball they’re capable of.”
If the Warriors take care of the ball, expect an easy win against the Suns. If not, things could get interesting.